TEACHING/READING GROUPS IN        PSYCHOANALYSIS -2020


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Diane Sandler *will be offering 2 new teaching/reading groups beginning in 2020.

These will be ongoing monthly groups, where participants read a theoretically and clinically rich paper. The paper will then be taught during the seminar, combined with a good facilitated discussion.

A programme of 10 seminars for each year will be devised for each group. It will include classic and contemporary psychoanalytic papers from all traditions.

Diane has a particular interest in the Independent Tradition, which will expose participants to a wide array of British, European (particularly French), South American and American psychoanalytic writing. As well as writing from the Asia/Pacific side of the world.

She also has an abiding interest in the history of psychoanalysis which will be incorporated into the teaching.

 

  1. Teaching/Reading Group: Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

 

 

Time: 11.45-1.15pm

Dates: Starting Wednesday 29th January 2020.Thereafter, every last Wednesday (excluding June) of every month until November 2020

 

Cost: R3500 for 10 seminars (1 1/2hrs)

15 CPD points applied for

 

 

  1. Teaching/Reading Group: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy with Children

 

Time: 11.45-1.15pm

Dates: Starting Wednesday February 5th 2020. Thereafter, the first Wednesday of every month (excluding July) until December 2020.

 

 

Cost: R3500 for 10 seminars (1 1/2hrs)

15 CPD points applied for

 

Please write to dianesandler@telkomsa.net/ or phone 021 685 7325, if you are interested or would like to find out more.

Diane Sandler, is a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist in private practice. She has been treating children and their families, and adults for 30 years. She worked at the Red Cross Child and Family Unit for 10 years (sessional) and supervised the NGO Children in Crisis over their 14 years of psychotherapeutic work. She is a member of the South African Psychoanalytical Association and is currently a committee member of the SAPA/SAPI CT Affordable Psychoanalytic service.